Easy rainbow fudge recipe that looks amazing, tastes delicious, and is so simple kids can make it themselves! Always a hit at parties, potlucks, end of year celebrations or just because you need a little extra rainbow sweetness in your life. This recipe is the perfect solution!
Line baking dish with aluminum foil. Ensure it is as smooth as possible to create a smooth edge on your fudge.
In 6 microwave safe bowls, add 1 cup of white chocolate chips each.
Add 1/2 cup sweetened condensed milk to each bowl. Ensure your bowls will not overfill. You need room to stir.
Add 1/4 teaspoon vanilla to each bowl.
Add 1/2 teaspoon of butter to each bowl. Softened but not melted.
Add a pinch of salt to each bowl. Set all the bowls except one to the side.
Heat one bowl in microwave for 30 seconds at 50% power (or the chocolate will burn.) Stir. Melt an additional 15-20 seconds and stir. Continue this until smooth. Do not over do it! As you stir it will melt a bit more. Only go until it is just smooth.
For bottom layer (first), add 3-4 drops of purple food coloring (or mix red and blue food coloring to create your purple and do some color theory review!). Stir until well mixed. If the color is not quite to your liking, you can add another drop of food coloring and mix it in.
Pour into pan and tap the sides of the pan a few times to get rid of any bubbles.
Spread the top evenly until nice and smooth with spatula. Place pan in the freezer and let it freeze for 15 minutes.
While the first layer is freezing begin preparing the next layer - blue.
When first layer is nice and firm remove from freezer, continue freezing until it is firm.
Add the blue layer, smooth the top and freeze. Repeat for green, yellow, orange and red layers. Ensure each layer is firm before adding the next layer.
Once you have added the final red layer place the pan in the freezer and let it set up overnight.
Cut it into squares and enjoy a little rainbow in your day!
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